Originally posted by DHawthorne My only concern is what this means to me as an "expert" NetLinx programmer. Suddenly, an niche in which I had a cetain amount of exclusivity is being blown open a bit. I agree it may be a good thing for AMX to have their product more accessible, but for me personally it lowers the value of my expertise.
All this said, I'm not saying any of this is bad for AMX or for the industry in general. I am just forseeing the end of something I personally enjoyed and profited from...which is not to say it shouldn't happen. I just hope I land on my feet all right making the adjustments I will need to make.
So I have several programmers I need to get up to speed. Does anyone have suggestions as what the best way to become proficient in Java, (besides working for Sun)?
Does anyone have suggestions as what the best way to become proficient in Java, (besides working for Sun)?
...download the free Netbeans environment from Sun...